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The internet isn't gobbling up your brain; it just seems that way, but sometimes, it does send your mind sprawling with uncertainty. This book attempts to infuse you with the skepticism of its subtitle question. In Virtual Unreality, Charles Seife (Proofiness; Zero) arms readers with tools for discerning internet truth from outright fibbing and fabrication. Written with a brisk, even witty tone, the book assists readers to wade their way through digital deception in venues ranging from national news and Wikipedia to online dating sites. As readable as it is useful. Editor's recommendation.